Some cramping is normal most of the time due to the uterus stretching. If the cramping is accompanied by bleeding go to the emergency room or see a doctor immediately. Especially if you know for sure that you are pregnant.
You can get ligament stretching during pregnancy that feels quite like menstrual cramping.
yes it's normal to have mild cramps during 12 weeks of pregnancy its called braxton hicks contraction.
Yes, but usually only at the time you would have had your first period after conception. After that it's normal to have pregnancy cramps but they're not normally menstrual cramps. If you are asking whether you can get pregnant during your period the answer is, it's very unlikely.
They are not signs of pregnancy, but you may be pregnant and have them.
Not necissarily. Menstrual cramps are common, with around 80% of women experiencing menstrual cramps at some point in their lives, however menstrual cramps are not a normal part of healthy menstruation so not everyone gets them (and if you do there are ways to prevent them). Menstrual cramps can be more common in your pre-teens and teens due to hormonal imbalance, so you may get menstrual cramps during your first period...but you may not.
Cramps occur during the first trimester of pregnancy. It often results from normal change that occur during the baby's development. Cramps can generally be described as pulling sensations on or both sides of the abdomen.
Menstrual cramps are common but they are not a normal part of healthy menstruation at all. Some people may have underlying health conditions to cause menstrual cramps, but most people can prevent menstrual cramps all together - so don't think they're something you have to just tolerate.
See your vet. It is not normal for dogs to get menstrual cramps that interfere with normal activities.
Yes, this is completely normal. Although menstrual cramps are common - up to 80% of women will experience them at some point in their lives - menstrual cramps are not a normal part of healthy menstruation, as such it's normal not to experience menstrual cramps. As a note most women who do suffer menstrual cramps can prevent them by making simple changes to their diet, changing their attitude around menstruation, and using herbal treatments.
Menstrual cramps are common but they are not normal - most people can prevent menstrual cramps with lifestyle changes, but if severe you should talk to your doctor about finding the cause. Tampons can increase menstrual cramps as they can expand into the cervix. You may be better using menstrual cups, softcups, or pads if you find tampons increase your menstrual cramps.
Yes it is very normal 4 out of 5 people get cramps in early pregnancy and may have extreme cramps.
Just speaking from experience. You shouldn't have pregnanacy cramps?? When I was miscarring I had severe cramping but that was later on the preganancy. Do you have spotting or bleeding? If so, contact your doctor right away! Have you miised you scheduled period? Menstrual cramps feel similar to inital labor pains, but of course the labor pains become much more intense. Good luck to you. THE REAL ANSWER RIGHT HERE!!!!!! yes...you should have cramping during pregnancy because your uterus is making way for the baby. yeah you can have misscarrage cramps but c'mon, everyone knows about implantation cramps.....
Menstrual cramps are NOT a normal part of healthy menstruation - as for 'side-effects' different people can experience different things, but negative symptoms are preventable. It's normal to menstruate without experiencing menstrual cramps, it's abnormal to experience menstrual cramps.
Menstrual cramps are common but they are not a normal part of healthy menstruation - it's when you have menstrual cramps that there is something wrong. Taboos surrounding menstruation have a major effect on menstrual cramps so those who are more comfortable with their period are less likely to experience cramps, also note that most people can prevent cramps with lifestyle changes.
I'm 5wks along and I have felt bloated since conception. I also feel my uterus stretching......like light menstrual cramps.
You can but you should see a doctor for any bleeding during pregnancy for them to determine if it is normal or not.
its normal. tell your doctor he might give you pain medicine.
cramps are normal during pregnancy
Bloating, tiredness, body aches, and cramps are all typical signs of the menstrual period.
http://www.coolnurse.com/birthcontrol.htm http://www.crisispregnancy.com/birth-mother/pregnancy-questions.html http://www.epigee.org/guide/medfaq.html Hello. Light cramps is normal during early pregnancy providing the cramps are not severe or very uncomfortable. Spotting can be normal also during early pregnancy. But spotting and cramping does need to be investigated to make sure everything is going well with the pregnancy. See your doctor asap. Common but NOT normal, there is a difference.
The best medicine for menstrual cramps is PREVENTATIVE medicine, rather preventative measures such as a healthy lifestyle and diet - menstrual cramps are not a normal part of healthy menstruation, look into how to prevent them or see your doctor. If you do get menstrual cramps it's best to use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen.
Menstrual cramps are common but not a normal part of healthy menstruation, it should be noted that most women can prevent menstrual cramps and that severe menstrual cramps may be a sign of a serious underlying health problem. Menstrual cramps are a result of hormone-like chemicals that cause uterine contractions, in too high quantities they cause the blood vessels in the uterus to contract so starving the uterus of oxygen - a little like a heart attack - and thus the pain.